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User name an password required

I need to change the IP address of the PANAFAX UF-8000 but I am propmted for a password to do so.

What is the default password for the device?

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There is none. Try the action below:

press
function
7
monitor key slowly 4 times
*
6
Scroll down to password clear
set
stop

If that doesn't work, choose SHIPMENT SET
2
set
wait for machine to initialize

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